Tweet Whether you’re steaming, frying, charring, griddling or baking, eTundra.com is your number one source for quality commercial cooking equipment. While searching for new cooking equipment, it’s crucial to be energy efficient and financially conscientious, a surefire way to improve your restaurant and your finances. The true centerpiece of any kitchen is a good restaurant [...]
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Tweet A commercial deep fryer is a vital piece of restaurant equipment in any kitchen. But as anyone who has worked in a commercial kitchen knows, they can also be high maintenance when it comes to cleaning. Changing the heating oil is a constant chore, especially in higher volume establishments, and while dirty oil means [...]
Tweet A stick mixer is a hand-held, electronically powered device that allows chefs to mix large amounts of sauces, soups, and stews during preparation and cooking. The motor connects to a long shaft with an attachment on the end that rotates at a high speed, making large-scale mixing projects manageable in a busy kitchen. Stick [...]
Tweet Lincoln/Redco is a well recognized company within the food service industry. In case you haven’t heard of them, they produce a variety of food prep equipment and commercial cookware. Lincoln cookware has been in production in one form or another since the early 1900s. Every chef is pretty particular about his or her cookware, [...]
Tweet A commercial slicer can quickly turn many of the products in your walk in into uniform, perfectly sliced pieces ready to serve, making your staff’s job very easy and improving the efficiency of your operation. Slicers are usually used to cut meats, cheese, and eggs, among other things. A commercial slicer consists of an [...]
Tweet Every restaurant needs hot water, and most of that water usually ends up being used to clean dirty cookware and cooking equipment. More than likely you get your hot water from a conventional gas-fired water heater with a 100 gallon or larger tank. For years the standard strategy for hot water has been to [...]
Tweet Restaurants always have a large amount of inventory to deal with. Figuring out where to store this inventory while it awaits its turn on the cooking line can be a major headache. One of your primary weapons in the storage battle is wire shelving. Shelving units can be built to fit just about any [...]
Tweet Are you a high temp person or a low temp person? It seems like most restaurants have either one type of commercial dishwasher or the other, and the owner/manager is a big believer in one or the other, with very little crossover between the two. No matter which side you come down on, there [...]
Tweet Commercial Reach In Refrigerator Buying Guide Commercial reach in refrigerators are generally used in restaurants for short term food and ingredient storage, as opposed to large walk-ins that store bulk items long term. The commercial reach in refrigerators available through eTundra.com are built for heavy duty use and have a more powerful compressor than [...]
Tweet Food processors and mixers have evolved considerably in the past decade to become more versatile and more powerful, meaning they can satisfy a growing number of food preparation tasks in greater capacities. A food processor has a central motor, usually self contained, that drives a shaft to which a blade or other cutting implement [...]
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